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40th anniversary of Three Mile Island accident
"One of the stories that that victory in the news at the top of the show involved a Three Mile Island for those people who don't remember. There was a nuclear meltdown at a power plant in Pennsylvania. And. It was a it was a, you know, it was it was really really scary. And what happened was it was the nuclear power plants, south central Pennsylvania country Mile Island in March of nineteen Seventy-nine on this date March twentieth. Nineteen seventy nine series of mechanical and human errors of the plant caused the worst commercial nuclear accident in US history, resulting in a partial meltdown that released dangerous radioactive gases into the atmosphere. Three Mile Island stoked public fears about nuclear power and nuclear power plants have been built in the United States since that accident, and then unbelievably two weeks later, the film, the China syndrome was released which of course, logically. Also turns forty years old this year. The thriller called the China syndrome starring Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon and Michael Douglas dealt with the aftermath of a fictional nuclear meltdown at reactor outside of Los Angeles. The nuclear industry at the time dismissed the China's central plows farfetched, but then you know, obviously, they couldn't do it anymore. So I did not know that that happened today. And I remember it vividly. Remember when Three Mile Island app was thirteen years old and everybody was freaking out about nuclear power. And everybody was freaking out about the accident. And then this movie China syndrome comes out. And of course, then the box office goes through the roof for that movie because real life events were being portrayed are these these fictional events in the movie were being actually really happening in real life. And so the box office just went through the through the roof with that. And it's also a great movie if you've never seen China syndrome another movie that celebrating its fortieth anniversary this year. You should see it. It is. It's it's a great thriller. It's really says a lot about not just nuclear power. But about the media. And. Great performances all the way around. Jane Fonda is great any Michael Douglas's. Great input. Especially Jack Lemmon Jack Lemmon is unbelievably great in the China's central. So that the Three Mile Island accident happened today forty years ago and China's syndrome came out at this time to
"jack lemmon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Hey, thunder where they destruct this for the fear. That's an obvious reference to the sphere Cornelie in between the World Trade Center towers in the plaza that movie was released on September twenty first nineteen ninety nine after the Simpson episodes and two years before the actual event again almost to the day of nine eleven. I mean that just can't be. I mean that is just so secret mystic. So timed out. I mean, it's almost impossible to reconcile. I mean, I I try to talk about it in my book for ten I come on and give you a definitive answer. No. It's just like no one can just because it's so. Yes. I mean, the the the alternative is if it's not just happenstance. It's or it's it's part of this. You know, this young and collective unconscious. The third alternative is of course, the most disturbing and that is that it is deliberate predictive programming which means that the the the exact producers or whomever working on the show has some foreknowledge of these horrific events, and that is almost it's almost too cynical. And and sinister to even contemplate I agree with you. But the problem is you we have to talk about it. I mean, I agree. I totally agree. Is it some sort of collective unconsciousness at work where you know, the theory of forms where he's symbols are inherited ten they also predicted or is it some sort of foreknowledge of some kind. I mean, it's definitely disturbing to talk about. I mean, there are other examples of it with nine eleven. I mean, we talked about the Donald Trump stuff is interesting. We talked about one that no one knows about Vic left office. I can't remember the year. I believe it's seventy nine or seventy eight. There was a movie that was released called the trying to sit bro. Yes. Which is about a nuclear reactor melting down. Yes. Michael Douglas and Jack Lemmon nineteen seventy five released and then two weeks later was Three Mile Island two weeks later. So that's another fascinating one that seems to get less Goff. So there are instances of this. I mean, it's not a one time thing. But I mean, come on. I mean, they definitely have knowledge this. No, I I mean, I don't think anyone ten is a lawyer. I only present the evidence, but it is something that is very disturbing. But I think it's worth talking about it definitely wording worthy of discussion because it happened. It it it is a documentum bowl of of can I? Explain it. No, I can't you know, like, you said the alternative is. But someone has foreknowledge of this, and that seems almost impossible. But that may be something words just left to deal with. We've got about two minutes before we break here at the bottom of the hour. But let's just start this conversation will continue on. And what do you mean by occult casting? Oh, absolutely. This is this is something that I I talked about in the first movie book, and I talked about it in the in the second. This is where an actor or an actress is brought in to play a specific part in the movie, and they're relying on their cultural valances from previous film to to affect your subconscious mind to conjure in your subconscious mind and earlier performance, and instead that performance and its surrounding the policy into the Carnell any ample this there there are several of them. When I first started researching. This started noticing it. I thought it was somewhat of an isolated event. I do see it a little more and more now on these guys are very clever with this. We'll get we'll get to an example, Robert when we come back, and we'll also opened up the phone lines questions and comments as we discuss cinema symbolism with Robert Sullivan. Here's Leon bridges.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"You basically start with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid anything before that is probably too dated. Oh, I don't know that it's hard math. But I mean like the apartment is not watchable. I don't know. It would Kyle watch his girlfriend's car. No, no. It's Billy wilder apartment is amazing. I see that one. I don't know if you've never seen it. Now, I saw a million years ago edgy, it's about a guy who's the apartment is basically uses a place where people it is work on hook up with other women from the their work like, it's a really edgy. Works in two thousand eighteen I know, but that's what makes it so edgy and interesting, and there's this love story at the center that's gnarly with Shirley MacLaine, Jack Lemmon, that's a great. You gotta that's a great movie in a movie. I just showed my daughter for the first time with breaking away. That one is aged nicely. That's great. I love I love those like the the the whole the kids come from the wrong sides of the track kids from college in the Corey great Dennis Quaid to you know, what I realize watching that movie. Dennis Quaid needs to do more movies where he winds he's winding through that whole film in its perfect. Yes. Something about him being the quarterback that didn't get picked. And he's just kind of winding about the people who got to succeed. And it was after that that we tried to make him to this like tough movie star. It's more when he's complaining, and there's something about these vision of guy kind of looked over who's complaining that is. So believable, we talk about that connective tissue. And that sing whatever that connective thing is in that movie works. I am ready for another great divorce movie. What is the great divi-? Are you are you pitching Kramer versus Kramer's? Oh, that's a killer film pinnacle divorce movie. Yeah. Is a heartbreak. We do we do this podcast called the rewatch Ables that people really like it. I think it's the fortieth anniversary next year. I think we're going to do Kramer versus Kramer. But it's gonna be me and Sean fantasy in Amanda Dobbins of whose parents got divorced and just it's gonna it's gonna be like a five hour therapy session..
"jack lemmon" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"But it's also about this guy who like is wandering through life very looking at where America is in the seventies. And remembering the men he knew who died in World War Two and is asking himself, basically like all those men died. And this is kind of what we got out of it is this country that doesn't seem to work and people don't like each other and baba, blah. And what I did with my life is not worthy of what those men sacrifice them four. And is having a kind of a nervous breakdown over it. And Jack Lemmon is really great in it. It's a really seventies movie. It's shot in and around Los Angeles and on real locations, and it looks you know, it's got that. Great beige seventies grime that I love so much and until the ending a lot of these movies. Unfortunately involve the middle aged man than sleeping with a young hippie woman as a way of like bringing life back into his life. Yeah. This movie falls into that trap. But it kind of and it that doesn't quite work. But spoiler alert. It really doesn't save him. And it does not have the effect that that would normally have in a movie like this. So it's worth it just to like see Jack Lemmon playing this character who in a way similar Kettering glaring Glenn Ross, except he's even more at his wit's end. And even more showing that he's coming apart at the seams. And I really liked a lot even though again, like I said, you got to be in the mood to watch a movie about a guy who seemingly has it all, but is still upset with his life unhappy about it. So that's save the tiger with Jack Lemmon. The movie that this movie Jack Lemmon won his best actor kademi award for. So that's how good it is. That's how good it is. Nobody ever wins Academy Awards for things that are not good never ever in the history of the Academy Awards perfect. So is. Well, this has been a fun experiment with the different sort of flop house episode. Okay. Dumping us. So yeah. So we are show is on the maximum fun podcast network. There's a ton of other great shows he can find over at what maximum dot org. Right..
Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, dies at 91
"Simon the creator of the odd couple of guy a playwright who, successfully saw a lot of his plays adapted into films which of, course, then, or adapted into TV shows such as the odd couple playwright Neil Simon Master of comedy whose laughs filled hits such as the odd couple barefoot in the park. And Brighton, Beach trilogy, dominated Broadway, for decades has died? He was ninety. One died, early Sunday of complications. From pneumonia, wall surrounded by family at New. York Presbyterian so you go down the list of the things that, were never made to the movies last, the red hot lovers sunshine boys great movie Walter Matthau and, what's his name burns plaza suite chapter. Two's sweet charity promises promises of course the odd couple was huge on I'd like to someday, I'd like to see the play of, that but the play translated into the film the, nineteen, sixty, seven, film with Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon which is still an iconic American comedy but the movie script is a direct adaptation of a, completed deal as a as a play and then the movie did, so, well Of they spun, it off into a very successful TV, show with Tony what's his name Jack Klugman the odd couple, went on the yeah Tony Randall Jack. Klugman and very very very successful TV show for years and of course there was a famous, muppet that lives in a garbage can Based on one of the characters oh Cosker the ground for us Never knew that his first Tony award. Nineteen, sixty seven is best author His own life figured, most prominently into what became called. His Brighton. Beach trilogy Brighton Beach memoirs Biloxi blues and Broadway bound blocks he blues the Was the Matthew Broderick World. War Two movie also. Christopher Christopher Walkin really good as the Succo drill, certain because Neil Simon is a World War Two veteran wasn't World, War Two, veteran, and blocks blues is a terrific movie about his his experiences. A young, Jewish guy going to the south going into the army but, Neil Simon a great American comic playwright dead, at the, age of ninety, one
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Remix yeah. There was a story about her, in the newspaper. Recently, I think the. Wall Street Journal talked about her Massachusetts upbringing she died at an. Early. Age so very sad yes very attractive woman she's one. Of, those, people that had an elegant beauty. About her right I remember seeing her on Broadway in wait until dark oh yeah I can see you're doing that Was terrific and that and I remember probably the highlight of her film career with Jack Lemmon today's of wine in Roseau yeah that. Was, her signature film great movie all right well thank you. For the call your qualified thanks a lot Bye-bye goes Ralph. Head come Dan in Weymouth Hello, Dan hi Morgan. How're, you I'm fine. How are you this is one of my favorite more we don't. Think. Anyone's instead of yet actually a movie with some of. My, favorite, scenes Dom deluise and Burt Reynolds Simply the end the end let me write that down Burt reynolds Was over kept trying to. Kill himself The end of. The mold me it wanted to live he wanted, to live out his life But, he he had met deluise in the hospital and that a. Chase him. Around, the beach. Yeah and he's still trying. To keep his promise to Burt. Rental good film yeah. Thanks Morgan thank you for the call Sorry tonight ten gene good morning welcome to WBZ good. Morning Morgan. How're, you finding. Gene good morning to you To you So my, thing is I hope nobody said. It yet I'm a big John, Wayne fan the Cowboys known as sent the Cowboys That was a great, movie all elements of what you. Like about a western was in, there except for a damsel in distress But, you, had a, lot? Of. You know you had a. My team as was young back then and Ron Howard Wolpe people oh yes that's true right Yep It was, nice. Talking to you know speaking to, you to, thank you for taking the time to call us here be let's go to Stoughton. And, speak, to j., Hello? 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"jack lemmon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He's weirdly pro federer that's a weird obsession that he's got it is it is crazy like anderson won the third set and then ends abruptly veteran the fort said and this is concerning heart of malice members saying god i am god you think about him in the edge she's better than the bare area for he steals glengarry glen ross from jack lemmon and alpha chino this brings up another subject by the way i have not been able to enjoy the show today because gear for the last half hour has looked sad listening to alec baldwin evidently this is escalated the baldwin's to taking this a little bit more seriously than we are and so i've just terrific he's a wonderful actor i mean forget about the stuff he's doing now i think he's long been an excellent dramatic actor goes to mississippi come on anybody give me some loves here the guys who seems dealer is a tremendous actor and how was federer right now we'll do i have it right are you sad are you sad i feel i mean yeah you've been so mean to poor daniel and alec had to come on his spirits it's not nice what you've done to him well what book you were listening to alec and what happened how mean was he alex never coming on this show ever never don't even bother try but they're taking it seriously what happened to a conference call the number the dog barks the parade moves on semi hey steven delete no stadium stephen shadow.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A depiction on screen and then a itself was depicted in a movie called the days of wine and roses it featured jack lemmon jack klugman and lee rimec jack lemmon has a drinking problem he's brings his girlfriend's slash wife along with him for the ride she doesn't like the taste of alcohol but he quickly produces brandy alexander's which are sweet no thank you special special chocolate oh it's good it is they slide into this terrible descent of alcohol dependence themselves and in that film a was a protagonist it's got spooky music during the drunken scenes out of control scenes and then when the jack lemmon joke lake character goes to a suddenly there are these triumphant violins jack klugman appears he is the sponsor of jack lemmon and brings him to meetings you see these meetings portrayed for the first time on the large screen my name is blank and i'm an alcoholic it's easy to forget that enormous numbers of people went to the movies in the nineteen fifties and sixties so everybody was consuming that at the same time a is still popping up on the big screen now okay so there's this film called flight and which denzel washington plays heroic pilot and he has a drinking problem there's a scene in which he does this daring move on a plane that he saves the passengers from pure destruction but he had been drinking within the prescribed time limit i think it's eight hours that the faa requires your abstinent from alcohol october eleven october eleven october twelfth and thirteenth and fourteenth i was intoxicated i drank all of those days i excess on the morning of the accident i was drunk i'm drunk now i'm drunk right now miss black because i'm gonna alcohol the term alcoholic it got into popular use in the early nineteen forties with the publication of alcoholics anonymous the big book and it indicates that you are either an alcoholic or you're white alcoholics anonymous refers to as a me and if you're in the paddock gory of what we perceived to be alcoholics the only way forward is with this faith and abstinence based program that was developed in the nineteen thirties now for some people they just have a genetic predisposition to fill out alcoholism right yes we know that there are about one hundred genes that express themselves when people drink people who have fallen our ability to develop drinking problems have what's really considered to be a faulty shutoff valve but you're saying it isn't just a binary proposition that that's something that the media depiction seem to miss continue to miss for example the dsm which is the psychiatric bible the one that came out in nineteen eighty really just itself from the term alcoholic and alcoholism the new terms where alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence researchers clinicians have been trying to get away from this word for almost forty years and yet fast forward to the dsm five which came out in two thousand thirteen that came up with a term called alcohol use disorder which is super clunky but really denotes a spectrum of severity you can be like the denzel washington character in flight drinks to excess every single night drinks despite negative consequences it's entirely possible that they are not candidates for moderating their behavior you're saying not everyone who has a problem with drinking has to cut it out and types absolutely not we use a as yardstick abstaining for the rest of your life going to meetings you know you can't even have a bite of rum frosting at christmas time are you're going to go on a bender but the science has shown us really bulletproof scientific studies since the nineteen seventies the possibility of even the most severely dependent drinkers learning how to moderate learning new coping skills being taught cognitive behavioral therapy there are anti craving medications that are used to great effect in countries elsewhere when i did the story for the atlantic in two thousand fifteen and again this is three years ago so maybe it's increased but only twelve medical schools out of more than four hundred even offered courses in addiction medicine as you've written something like ten percent or more of the.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A depiction on screen and then a itself was depicted in a movie called the days of wine and roses it featured jack lemmon jack klugman and lee rimec jack lemmon has a drinking problem he brings his girlfriend slash wife along with him for the ride she doesn't like the taste of alcohol but he quickly produces brandy alexander's which are sweet oh no thank you especially for you it's chocolate oh it's good it is they slide into this terrible descent of alcohol dependence themselves and in that film a was a protagonist it's got spooky music during the drunken scenes outta control scenes and then when the jack lemmon joke lake character goes to a suddenly there are these triumphant violins jack klugman appears he is the sponsor of jack lemmon and brings him to meetings you see these meetings portrayed for the first time on the large screen my name is blank and i'm an alcoholic it's easy to forget that enormous numbers of people went to the movies in the nineteen fifties and sixties so everybody was consuming that at the same time and a is still popping up on the big screen now okay so there's this thing called flight and which denzel washington plays heroic pilot and he has a drinking problem there's a scene in which he does this daring move on a plane that he saves the passengers from pure destruction but he had been drinking within the prescribed time limit i think it's eight hours that the faa requires your abstinent from alcohol october eleven tober eleven october twelfth and thirteenth and fourteenth i was intoxicated i drank all of those days i drank on the morning of the accident i wish drunk i'm drunk now i'm drunk right now miss black because i'm gonna alcohol the term alcoholic it got into popular use in the early nineteen forties with the publication of alcoholics anonymous the big book and it indicates that you are either an alcoholic or you're white alcoholics anonymous refers to as a normal and if you're in the paddock gory of what we perceived to be alcoholics the only way forward is with this fake and abstinence based program that was developed in the nineteen thirties now for some people they just have a genetic predisposition to full out alcoholism right yes we know that there are about one hundred genes that express themselves when people trank people who have fallen or ability to develop drinking problems have what's really considered to be a faulty shutoff valve but you're saying it isn't just a binary proposition that that's something that the media depictions seem to miss continue to miss for example the dsm which is the psychiatric bible the one that came out in nineteen eighty really distanced itself from the term alcoholic and alcoholism the new terms were alcohol abuse an alcohol dependence researchers clinicians have been trying to get away from this word for almost forty years and yet fast forward to the dsm five which came out in two thousand thirteen that came up with a term called alcohol use disorder which is super clunky but really denotes a spectrum of severity you can be like the denzel washington character in flight drinks to excess every single night drinks despite negative consequences it's entirely possible that they are not candidates for moderating their behavior you're saying not everyone who has a problem with drinking has to cut it out entirely absolutely not we use a as yardstick ab staining for the rest of your life going to meetings you know you can't even have a bite of rum frosting at christmas time are you're going to go on a bender but the science has shown us really bulletproof slant studies since the nineteen seventies the possibility of even the most severely dependent drinkers learning how to moderate learning new coping skills being taught cognitive behavioral therapy there are anti craving medications that are used to great effect in countries elsewhere when i did the story for the atlantic in two thousand fifteen and again this is three years ago so maybe it's increased but only twelve medical schools out of more than four hundred even offered courses in addiction medicine as you've written something like ten percent or more of the.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"In the late sixties and he gets a kidnapped and he's his dad, which Jack Lemmon plays comes over in is looking for him in. It's like very. Dark in miserable in like depressing movie about this dad searching for son, and he never does find him. And actually I remember at the time when I saw the theater actually fell asleep in the movie, and then we actually stayed because they actually let to do that in those days. We stayed the second time to rewatch it 'cause we were waiting on his dad to come, pick us up and we actually fell asleep. We fell asleep again during the movie in his dad. Knish dad came in and woke us up. So anyway, this movie there was something about it that just reminded me of that movie and just like made me remember have these memories of this movie missing? Which I did re watch of back in, I guess, like twenty twenty fourteen or so actually rewatch it because my dad had it on DVD might everything I was going to through his and he was like pig out movie. So I picked out missing because I was like, is this the theater fell asleep? And so we put it on. Watching it. So. So anyways, I don't know what to take of that, but it is reminded me of missing. Interesting. I, I have not heard of that movie. It sounds like a good one to take nap during, but. Where could be good. You know it's dark and kind of just gritty in this kind of dreadful kind of movie, that's, and then you know, I mean, it's totally totally like this when it's totally the this, this is like the, you know, not feel good movie of the summer of for sure. Even though and we'll get to it at the end even though I liked it more than you did. I would totally agree with that statement. Definitely. So I have two more puzzle pieces, so I will. I'll jump in my next one here, which is late era, Mel Gibson movies. And I mean speedily Mel Gibson the actor on talking like edge of darkness and blood father in a pretty sure it was one other I could bring up..
Cazzie David, Larry David's writer daughter, throws shade at ex-Pete Davidson
"Tamari ties in with what i'm saying is that sometimes the most important part to us is who said it and we'll agreement if it's somebody like we'll go yeah that's genius but if we don't like them then they will be don't be a dubious good oh don't be ahead don't be a lemming don't be allowing right i love jack lemmon he was really fun isn't that funny gloveman lemon lemming about a year and a half ago i noticed that dated and go by if you're on the internet there was a phrase that they would use and it was somebody is rocking something that'd be a picture somebody and they go there rocking this or they're rocking that mega when did this happen how did every day like about a year and a half two years ago longer or shorter way longer all right it's just started bugging you that others a new one oh really every day you're on the internet somebody is shading somebody else meaning they're saying something bad or they're thinking something bad right right but that like find that a year and a half ago that wasn't anywhere and now try to find a day where that doesn't it's not all over the internet so today's is cassie david this is the daughter of larry david who used to be dating pete davidson she is shading pete davidson it says here in his romance with arianna grenade we talked about this last week about the unlikely pairing of pete davidson and oriented grinding now here's the reason i bring it up he pete davidson decided even though it's a new relationship that he's going to get two tattoos one a logo that she uses during her show on his ears all the time yeah so he got a logo of that on the back of his neck that wasn't painful positive and then also initials he got i'm sorry when did they start dating to ago one week is to two weeks to tattoos that's how it goes i was torn between two lovers where is that where there are located belong well at two of them on i know this is the last show on the street need a break i'm just saying what would you be thinking thinking has gone friend look what i'm cruel he's not doing it for that he he he he no he's got a lot of problems he's got a lot of addictions depression i believe he has some digestive issues like crohn's disease or something he's not in a little bit wacky to begin with his dad died in nine eleven he was a firefighter who went into the building and he was very young at the.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Know i'm in the minority on that but you know pee into camper both are good in the movie i just didn't like the movie very much but yeah there's a guy who went from you know super bad and you know as as basic slapstick comedy as you can get to becoming a pre well respected dramatic actor jonah hill and in seth rogan was in steve jobs in a very serious role of which he doesn't play very he doesn't play a lot of serious roles seth rogan but yeah he was very very good in steve jobs so there you go although you always fifty fifty was fifty fifty was kind of fifty fifty it was kind of serious kind the one with joseph gordon levitt right that was a pretty nice that was a nice performance to by seth rogan so all right let's see here is l j on wgn hi l well going on pay yeah like a lot of the things that you're listening to come up with how about go back let's go back to like turner classic movies the one that came to mind of the couple and they use them wine and rose yeah with jack lemmon jack lemmon was jack lemmon was great actor and could do comedy andromeda equally and yeah that's about you know if you.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Yes oh my god now check this out i just pulled up this fucking castlist to peop these character names at it totally fits with the cleanest bit from the simpsons watch this come on amber colby zoe lanes roger pj key mitt good guy it's a white film that's for sure she's uh so we are introduced to a new group of teens i will give this movie one thing one thing alone i will give this movie as i've mentioned on the air throughout the years that we've been doing this show one of my big things that i'm a sucker for is child beth no well yes most definitely not in this film not no no not by long stretch we could use some of that no if you are like a resort town in the off season all i like that nice and quiet that's where i wanna have my radio dj john you know what that's just like utah all of utah but said it in the winter like let's it's always what you did last summer colon ski season you know what i mean fisher set in during president's day weekend maybe guys this what it is they're they're being terrorized by ice fisherman and who is playing the ice fisherman but jack lemmon kissed the girls that go back get you it's my hook hand course it's got to be too goddamn killers all right now right so yeah this this new group of teens it's the summertime and let's go get these sexy teenagers never know that.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I guess some i like i was looking for your stuff in the mic a fine mess with how he mandel they both eu was the big shot right yeah that that did not go well i was thrilled that i got to work with blake edwards like a legend yeah but no that he he was kind of depressed i was yeah i mean for real i think he had epstein barr or something like that so he would come out of its as popular for awhile your word here he he came out of his trailer am and they say let me see what you're going to do and you'd this is rehearsal and so you'd from connie vets yet for the move yeah and and so we would run the scene and goes at probably you wanna do it uh yes and you get okay lighter walkoff he'd come back to set once it was let me take action and you would do this seaney sake cut and it walked back to his trailer and blake edwards this kind of style was that roving master where something people will be talking in the foreground and something funny be happening rayak round yet he rarely did a coverage where you would come in and do a single anna right to shot and things like that so literally every time he set action you were in the movie there was no retakes there is no take two literally everything you did that that one shot you hot at it was in the movie which is very exciting but if the script isn't quite working of the stories not quite working then the movie has his huchi adam or i don't remember it the movie no you wouldn't have it came and went jack lemmon it seems to me that like a though i did not remember seeing dad either and this is not the roma an indictment era or judgment by but it seems like people who worked with jack lemmon we have a tremendous experience at the actor who did youths yes yes and it was jack lemmon he ah in a bike what would you will you what what was like watching someone like that would equal years it was he was i guess who.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on KOMO
"And for the first time ever data breaches compromise more social security numbers and credit card numbers the echo of fax reach was largely responsible for that al pass kuala his head of fraud and security jack lemmon he expects 2018 to be another record year for identity fraud it used to be that hill fraudsters would move from one type of fraud to another title so we would would be like lack of all um you'd you'd help they go down in one place and you know they couldn't take over a bank account anymore and so instead they would you know misuse them credit cards fact of matter is though now they're doing all of that stuff concurrently when sometimes they're doing it in a coordinated way to get more money out of those accounts and so i mean basically you have to have you know not one are hitting of all you have to you'll have like five or six arms cracking these moles i everywhere our businesses doing enough to fight back i don't think so there's an opportunity for businesses to work together in reality what criminals are doing is that they are creating new fake accounts and taking over counts at a lot of different places different types of businesses to fill in essence one crime and unfortunately these businesses though the banks i'm not talking to the retailers who aren't talking to a mobile network operators who aren't talking to the email providers and fat lack of communication visibility into the trends and experiences those businesses are having or criminals art depending on and they are using that you against these businesses let's give an example the sophistication you're talking about the bad guys may break into your bank account and then also takeover your cell phone account so if there's two factor authentication they get that password that they need at one time password to get into your bank account that's exactly at bay no criminal that uh accounts liked the mobile phone are one degree removed from the account they want to get too and there are also the lynchpin right of getting access to those accounts because they're getting the one time passwords they're getting does notifications from the bank issue were or you know whoever you're doing business with maybe there's a problem on your account there's a high value transaction and criminal to.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"One name i'm sure you've never seen it no i'm sure i haven't tass everett l and tell us nothing and test ntests gate eighty two gandhi iconic year when gandhi b e t gandhi et tootsie the verdict and who who so choice nam nam nam that's when she won for a career i think that's his i think check is this jack lemmon go also this movie like what is this movie if i now jack lemmon john shea dwelled weltman says these basic that you would never an it's called missing missing nope we had never seen these whose just really funny that these like at the time people were probably like founded have you see abbas and he's are like that should have one missing from wanna see missing jiang a team 1980 sick lets us this lease or the darkest hour of our year like known like had no one's like darkest hour this is a little easier but its own k ninety ninety six english patient fargo nikko dear jerry maguire shine and who what does this movie it's unlikely oh secrets law yeah had been through it that was that was the year that was an interesting year because that was your that everything nominate was independent right nah and so every was freaking out that like the indies were taking over and studios are ruined wait jerry maguire was independent knows the i guess during the guy was ill and i was like everything allow we may i always reminds me of i've never seen shine i've i feel and i feel shame for it may not seen good but i always think of um.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Only the night there's the the same degree mamoru uh look goal that is earth made and and rose and you you know i a quite seriously think uh the movie days of wine and roses would qualify as a horror movie i i'm serious it's horrific uh the horror of alcoholism and it's amazing story told by yacht uh but jack lemmon and the lira mckenna anna drawn a blank on the if speaking of art ed is here i'm not sure if he's done in his office but that he would know who put that movie together isoed earlier and completely forgot but that just a just a must see movie if you've not seen it let's see what lawrence as to say lawrence welcomed on the edge hey i've been here now uh here in a lot of people talk about incident down in florida and they've done a lot of virtue is signaling we need to go off and everything and occurred to me that we can't do it one la on the book that people with yes get that enforce epa guests follow that one we wouldn't need the other watch it's against the lot of murderer kill somebody has not yet is but uh i don't think that uh you can force it until after the fact you understand that correct true true but you can't you can't you can't afford step for it happens otherwise you're in a tom cruise minority report or something but isn't that crew of just about any uh a crime yeah but again that what's your point i mean once they commit the crime yeah then we could well we used to throw the book and we don't do anymore now we slept there wrist although the sky in florida is going to be fried or gas of the dude on there but the uh the uh uh enforcing laws against murder we already do that that doesn't stop people from murdering ample that and that and.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"President is basically said is we're gonna fix this but we gotta fix it by also secure in our border and that's where he's running into great resistance from the democrats they don't want to secure our border they've made that very clear what is the advantage of an open border unsecured borders for this country i mean or at least for democrats won near history screaming this warning at us the countries that either cannot or will not defend their borders simply aren't around hurry law and um uh uh the president was elected on a very clear mandate to secure our borders uh get our immigration laws back under control and begin to enforce them i mean uh you know a country that won't enforce immigration laws at actively has no immigration law but what will happen here's a question it seems to me that the democrats have been wanting all this immigration issue for years but without solving out it at solving it is it is that is the plans this you too i think that the overall vision is to leave the borders as wide open as possible incur is much illegal immigration is possible uh and then uh uh uh confront the country with the data complete um uh you know immigration is a strength provided as the president said it is used to advance the nation's interests and you cannot simply uh uh uh allow into the country uh a vast vast impoverished population for the third world uh with without bringing all of the economic and social and political problems that are attended to it some democrats do don't see any or financial problems since we've had him there was a memo uh from one of the big democratic activist groups last month with chilling in which they specifically that that their future electoral success depended upon uh legalizing all of the illegal immigrants in the country okay so really comes down to that's where the see the next these democrats to come from there for them to get as many in as they possibly can yeah and and if you listen to them you will notice that they are constantly complaining illegal immigration people who have plunder knows that our laws with legal immigration those people who have stood patiently in line of done everything our country jack lemmon who respected our laws who were bringing skills into our country um uh and.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"You know marketing pupils say you're not follow a proper leads and no sales people say given us you given is horrible leads to begin with so you know the glengarry going ross still seeing hour jack lemmon leadership also but actually at this point in time what you really want to be doing is circling back with them over the effectiveness of the marketing the law was that about the website that you liked it or would what were intrigued you in the first place if you if you go back and really just sort of do a reassessment of what aspects of your marketing effective you're not going to pull a gr a lot of data free marketing people and you may be marketing and sales on on persons you need to get more information on the effectiveness of the marketing and how to tailor it more demographics on on your customer but also this get you out of the closemouthed because now becomes a conversation and it has become a conversation on what their need was in the first place so gives you an opportunity taken deep dive into the actual pain that they had no pain is not about inflicting pain pain is about finding out with their legitimate pain is and helping them come understand how you might qualify for them on tailoring your your offered so that you really do have inviting proposition as opposed to guessing what you're probably proposition at do move onto like implication type questions would then the crazy thing to do is a simply thank him for the time and get off the phone.
"jack lemmon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Sexy and cool for a film theater nerd like myself you know what i exactly hit that blogs digest that were littered they miss britain's and every like afternoon manfully charleton heston robin winces in that it was so i those two liquid jack lemmon plate linked marcel as is the political every partial hackel yet of sars will get sidetracked so on so you're saying in terms of film and tv is a woman actor was what was it was like brana like a an early inspiration or what were the ones that kind of like yeah i mean ups us yet kenneth was given an early inspiration on trend to think of like actors when i was real young like dealer did you did a wrench she eight between because nowadays you can kind of and like i respect and love like harrison ford but he's kind of like movie star at exactly as opposed to we did like white executive exactly we did make those the sanctions i remember arm you know i remember yeah i remember very much thinking that distinction in in my head the it's funny that the more i go along in my career the more i the lesser see that stinking because i see the work but i remember being younger especially college i think that was what it really takes off his like you height away at night conversations at argue that opportune israel actor and harrison ford just showing up exactly like the opinions the confidence by the opinions that had like and you know also we were so like i had kind of a group in college and we were all really into theater really passionate about it and stuff and we we were super jealous of all these people to and we'd rage about like you know people that i know now from new york i remember like.